Board-certified family medicine physician Amanda Cardella, DO has joined CalvertHealth Primary Care in Prince Frederick in Suite 111 of the Calver Medical Office Building in Prince Frederick. She is trained to diagnose, treat and manage a wide range of medical conditions for every member of the family – from babies, children and adolescents to adults and the elderly.
Dr. Cardella has a special interest in preventive health and chronic care diseases. “I see preventive health as an opportunity to help my patients help themselves, to get to know them and to provide opportunities to stay well. I want to inspire my patients to actively seek health.”
It was her time in the military that fostered her interest in medicine. “I was looking for a way to serve my community after leaving that very rewarding career.” She served five years in the US Army, including a deployment to Afghanistan and eight years in the Army National Guard.
Dr. Cardella graduated from Rowan University School of Osteopathic Medicine in New Jersey in 2014 and completed her residency there in 2017. She is also board certified in Osteopathic Manipulative Treatment, which involves using the hands to stretch, apply gentle pressure and resistance to diagnose, treat or prevent illness or injury.
Dr. Cardella and her husband, Dominic, reside in Hughesville with their two boys, Alex and Cameron.
To make an appointment with Dr. Cardella, call CalvertHealth Primary Care at 410.414.2778 (APPT).
CalvertHealth is a private, not-for-profit, community health system. Founded in 1919, CalvertHealth has been taking care of Southern Maryland families for nearly a century. In addition to the medical center campus, medical office buildings in Dunkirk, Twin Beaches, Prince Frederick, Lusby and Solomons ensure that quality care is no more than 15 minutes from anywhere in Calvert County. CalvertHealth’s trusted team provides residents with safe, high quality health care and promotes wellness for a healthy community – all while making a difference in every life we touch.